|Whales & Wildlife
|Ultimate Orca 1
|0900–1130||Whales & Wildlife||2½ Hours|
|1130–1400||Whales & Wildlife||2½ Hours|
|1430–1830||Ultimate Orca 1||4 Hours|
The Ultimate Orca 1 cruise departs at 1430 to take advantage of usually more favourable sea conditions in the late afternoons/evenings as we search much more open water areas and it is still daylight this far north.
Cruise times vary due to demand and weather conditions! Generally, the morning cruise departs at 0900/1000hrs and the afternoon cruise departs at 1300/1400hrs depending on the duration of the morning cruise.
We always recommend booking a morning or late afternoon/evening cruise if you can, as we often encounter the worst sea conditions in the early afternoons!
To see full details of our schedules and availability, please go to our
Call From 20/04/18: 01445 712 458.
At our Gairloch harbour Booking Office –.
Our cruises are very popular and advanced booking is recommended, particularly during the summer months.
Don’t hesitate to get in touch. We will be delighted to discuss your requirements and advise on the availability of our cruises.
You might also like to look at ourpage, which answers some frequently-asked questions.
Bad weather occasionally forces us to shorten or even cancel some cruises. If you have booked a cruise which is cancelled or curtailed because of adverse conditions then we will make every effort to offer you an alternative or refund your payment.
We require a minimum number of passengers on our boats for our longer cruises. On a two hour trip, the minimum is six people. A cruise of three hours or more must have at least eight passengers. If there are insufficient passenger numbers on your preferred cruise then we will make every effort to find you a suitable alternative or refund your payment.
Please read our fullbefore booking.